The Best Cycling Blogs 2016

11 months ago

We are in the middle of the winter and despite the fact that occasionally I can hit the roads most of the time I read about cycling or prepare for the spring. I’ve been following a lot of cycling blogs in the last few years but today I’ve decided to share with you, my favorite blogs for 2016. Actually, there are lots of great sites dedicated to cycling but in this list, I will share my 10 favorite and in my opinion best cycling blogs. 

The Best Cycling Blogs 2016

 

Bike Portland

Bike Portland Screen Blog

http://bikeportland.org

It’s a local blog full of very interesting news and events which occur in Portland. You can find some of the newest stories about bikes and also some very good guest posts. Also, Bike Portland is awarded ‘’Best Portland Blog” in the category “General News Reporting”.

Cycling Europe

Cycling Europe Capture

https://cyclingeurope.org/

Cycling Europe is one of my favorite websites about cycling. It’s beautifully designed and full of awesome photos which make it one of the most good looking websites overall in my opinion. In this blog, you will find a lot of very interesting stories and adventures through Europe which I love to read. If you like such cycling travel notes you will enjoy Cycling Europe.

Lovely Bicycle!

Lovely Bicycle Screen

http://lovelybike.blogspot.bg/

This blog is still on Blogspot but that doesn’t matter because it’s just great. Lovely Bicycle is very interesting and touching. It’s very personal and the stories are amazing. Actually, I can say that this one is the typical old school type blog which I miss a lot.

Cycling Uphill

CyclingUphill Capture Blog

http://cyclinguphill.com/

Cycling Uphill is a very good and interesting cycling blog. I’ve been following it for a long time now. It’s like a personal diary of a cyclist with a lot of very good photos. I personally like the commuting category which is very helpful and readable. Also, the review section is pretty interesting and again everything is professionally explained. I definitely recommend this blog as one of the best for 2016.

The Inner Ring – INRNG

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INRNG

http://inrng.com/

The Inner Ring is maybe one of the most famous cycling blogs. It’s dedicated to pro bikers, they have a lot of news about the different Tours. My favorite section of the website is the “Roads to Ride” which is just great. A lot of unique and very interesting routes in Europe with comprehensive guides.

Tokyo By Bike

Tokyo By Bike Screen Capture Blog

http://www.tokyobybike.com/

I admire the Japan culture in general but when we talk about cycling in Japan it becomes even better. Tokyo by bike is more dedicated to commuting in Japan but you will find also some very good travel stories with great photos. I just can’t get enough of Tokyo by bike. In my opinion, this is one of the best cycling blogs for 2016.

Ordinary Cycling Girl

Ordiinary Cycling Girl Blog Home

http://ordinarycyclinggirl.co.uk/

This is a blog about an ordinary cycling girl. As she says on her about page: “I am an ordinary cycling girl, a reformed couch potato, a freelance writer, a woman discovering and loving life and travel on two wheels!” The truth is that the blog is quite extraordinary because it’s one of the best cycling travel blogs. It’s full of very interesting and funny travel stories and much more.

Bike Commuters

Bike Commuters Website Screen

http://www.bikecommuters.com/

Bike Commuters is another great cycling blog which is dedicated to the commuters. The authors are based in the United States so you will get a lot of stories from there. It’s really well written and even the everyday story is enjoyable to read. I definitely recommend following Bike Commuters as well.

London Cyclist

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http://www.londoncyclist.co.uk/

London Cyclist is founded and run by Andreas who is situated in Kentish Town, UK. You will find a lot of local news and stories from this region. Also some very good reviews of gear and maybe one of the best guides to cycling in London. Enjoy!

 

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